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Thread: Is There A Place To Buy 1930 Reproduction Fabric?

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    Is There A Place To Buy 1930 Reproduction Fabric?

    Was wondering if there is a company or store that sells 1930 reproduction fabric. Would like to make a 1930's style quilt in the flower prints.

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    Just type in "reproduction fabrics" in your Yahoo or Google search line and you will get a number of hits. Most quilt stores now carry reproduction prints too; but I've found that they are limited in variety, mostly due to space. Good luck in your search. ......and be sure and post your finished product!
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    Send a PM to CarrieAnne (http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...ne-u15001.html). She sells several different 30's fabrics. Also here's a couple of online stores I've ordered from and was very pleased with the fabric. They have a nice selection too. http://www.reproductionfabrics.com/index.php?
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    I subscribed for a few years to Keepsake Quilting Fat quarter club where every month they send you a FQ bundle depending on what style you selected. I chose 30's and it was a great way to build up my stash. plus fun every month when they came.

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    Keepsake Quilting would be the first one I would think of and if you check on eBay Franks11 (Frank11) I don't remember which spelling it is right now lol but he sells things in lots and I know he's got 1930 reproductions as well and he's got some great prices.

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    I love the 30's reproductions. My favorite collection is the Aunt Grace line from Marcus Brothers. Do a search for Aunt Grace fabrics at any of those shops listed above....also The Fat Quarter Shop at http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/...499&page_id=17

    Darlene Zimmerman also designs 30's repros from Kaufman. You can find her lines at any shop.

    Also check out equilter.com.

    Anita

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    Try quiltshops.com, type in 1930's reproduction fabrics in the search, then hit the thumbnail button. There are over 200 quiltshops, and everyone one that carries them will pop up with pictures, click on them and you will get a price.

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    http://www.starflowerfabrics.com/

    This place says it specializes in 1930s fabrics. I thought they had a pretty good selection. Some markdowns too.
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